Our first stop is about 20-minutes ride from Split to Trogir town. Trogir is a UNESCO protected city since 1997. It is also one of the best preserved Romanesque cities in this part of Europe. You can spend you time there exploring the old city, visit a Kamerlengo fortress, St. Lowrence Cathedral, and St.Mark fortress from the 15th century.
Blue lagoon – Drvenik island
Only a fifteen-minute- ride from Trogir is you first swimming spot. The area is special for its crystal clear blue sea so you can spend you time snorkeling, swimming and relaxing at a beach bar while enjoying the view of the surrounding islands.
Maslinica – Šolta island
The south side of Maslinica bay boasts a beautiful pine forrest with secluded pebble beaches. You can also spend your time on a beach or visit a 300-year-old castle which is now a rebulit hotel and enjoy the beauty of the surrounding nature. You can also have lunch in one of the local restaurants close to the shore. After Maslinica there is a 30-minutes ride back to Split.